Location in Nepal
|Coordinates: 28°50′N 80°09′E / 28.84°N 80.15°ECoordinates: 28°50′N 80°09′E / 28.84°N 80.15°E|
|• Total||21 959|
|Time zone||NST (UTC+5:45)|
Beldandi is a municipality in Kanchanpur District in the Mahakali Zone of south-western Nepal named after the former Village Development Committee. At the time of the 1991 Nepal census the VDC had a population of 9301 people living in 1483 individual households. According to Nepal census 2011 the municipality had 3022 individual households and a population of 21 959.
The main attraction in Beldandi are the local Tharu dance Gaura Festival and some night parties. In the education there is a higher secondary school called Rauleshwar reputated in the local area. The main shopping places are Chawanni and Beldani bazaar, those are small town that supply daily life goods.
There are few renowned name of education institutes in local area, others are private boarding schools that set up recently. Following are the names of those are famous in Beldandi.
1-Rauleshwar Higher Secondary School
2-Ganesh HS School
3-Trichandra High school
4- Sandesh Mulyimedia Gallery
The local economy mainly based on agriculture and few with business and service. Rice, wheat, corn and different other crops are grown in there. Local farmers lack the modern knowledge of farming so can't get a good harvest.
Gov. Health Post Beldandi Various private clinics in Beldandi bazaar and Chawanni
Local culture and religion
Most of the local people believe in Hinduism so their customs mainly influenced by the Hinduism rituals. The local culture mainly depend upon the ethnic groups living in the place. in spite of residence of different ethnic group this area has quite mixed cultures and traditions. The local Tharu people usually have their own vast area of traditions while others are migrated from the hilly region of the country.
- "Nepal Census 2001". Nepal's Village Development Committees. Digital Himalaya. Archived from the original on 12 October 2008. Retrieved 24 November 2008.